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Stockholm has plans for Europe

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As Sweden prepares to take over the presidency of the European Council, the Record Europe sheds some light on what they have in store for us.

Will Sweden use its green credentials to push forward the fight against climate change? And could we see an effort to spread its social model across the EU?

Shirin Wheeler is in Stockholm to assess what lies ahead, with:

• Robert Watt from the Stockholm Environment Institute

• Karin Karlsbro, political advisor to Sweden's gender equality and integration minister

• Lars Larsson, EU reporter at Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå, Swedish news agency

• Ingrid Hedstrom, EU reporter at Dagens Nyheter, Swedish daily newspaper

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